Jumièges: not to be missed !

 

Hotel Spa in Normandy Jumièges
Welcome to Domaine Le Clos des Fontaines. In this haven of peace nestled in the Loops of the Seine and backed Abbey Jumièges where reign supreme and tranquility can relax in an idyllic location. Bright and personalized rooms all contain a distinct charm, an original atmosphere. Sometimes contemporary to classical sometimes with soft tones clean lines, ... choose your style.

Charming hotel in lush greenery and offering a refined, quiet incomparable. Immerse yourself in a world apart. Escape beyond welfare.

Domaine Le Clos des Fontaines
191 rue de Fontaines
76480 Jumièges
Tel: 02 35 33 96 96
Fax: 02 35 33 96 97

Victor Hugo museum Villequier
This beautiful 19th century house which faces the Seine, was a property of the Vacquerie rich Havre owners whose son had married one of Léopoldine, beloved daughter of Victor Hugo family. The museum traces the lives of two families and the tragic drowning in the Seine Léopoldine and her husband.

Collections are composed of memories that he made Hugo stays with his family. They demonstrate the breadth and diversity of the work of the poet. It is indeed one of the largest collections of original drawings and letters of Hugo. Tel: 02 35 56 78 31.

Norman Abbeys
Composed of thirty abbeys and priories, the road recalls how the Duchy of Normandy was richly endowed in the Middle Ages. At the heart of the park, you'll come across three of them on a journey of only 24km. Real steps in your journey en Seine, Saint-Georges de Boscherville Jumièges and St. Wandrille arise landscape and time to tell their story.

Abbey Jumièges
The Abbey is open every day from 15/04 to 15/09: from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from 16/09 to 14/04 from 9:30 am to 13h and from 14:30 to 17:30. The entry fee is € 3 50 during the duration of the work on the abbey Notre-Dame. Free for children under 18.

The Saint-Pierre Jumiges, founded in 654 by Saint Philibert Abbey was destroyed once during the Norman invasions of the 9th century and found between the 10th and 11th centuries. Until the 17th century the abbey played an important role in the local economy, setting people on the banks of the river, promoting agricultural development, trade and animating the river generating activities supported.